It’s Full Speed Ahead for the Family Behind Ferrari Wine

Ferrari Wine Lunelli Family Monique SoltaniMeet the most influential family in Italian sparkling wine. Matteo, Marcello, Camilla, and Alessandro are the third generation of the Lunelli family to run Ferrari winery since Giulio Ferrari passed the reigns Bruno Lunelli in 1952. Well over 100 years later, Ferrari wine is the oldest, largest, and most recognized metodo classico sparkling wine in Italy.

Ferrari has been the toast of Italy since 1902 and today that legacy lives on thanks to the Lunelli family. Involved in every aspect of the winery from grape to glass, these winemakers on a mission want to share their celebrated sparkling wine with the world.

Ferrari Wine Lunelli Family Monique SoltaniFinding the beauty behind every bottle is in their blood and the Italian art of living is a way of life for the the Lunelli family. They hope when you pop the top on a bottle of their bubbly the La Dolce Vita lifestyle will make its way from the mountainous wine-making region of Trentino into your living room.

Whether you are sipping their sparkling wine while winding down after a hard day’s night or during your most meaningful moments, you will feel like royalty when you raise your glass with this fine wine.

Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani travels about two hours from Venice, Italy to visit the Trentino wine region in Northern Italy.

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Monique Soltani with Marcello Lunelli at Locanda Margon in Trento, Italy

It’s there where she gets to the bottom of Trentodoc’s fresh, affordable and food friendly bubbly.

In this our third and final video, she gets up close and personal with the Lunelli family the face behind Ferrari wines.

In the second video, we took you on a trip to Venice, Italy and the Trentino wine region and learned about the wines from Trentodoc.

In our first video, Monique Soltani met with the family behind Ferrari wine who found a secret weapon to global warming.

Thank you to Ferrari and Gregory White PR for inviting me on this trip and making it possible for me to share what I learned with all of you!

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